I have sailed on my birthday, when I've been in NZ, pretty consistently over the years and today turned on a NNE seabreeze and boardshorts and rash shirt temperatures :-)
Decided to treat myself to a big rig to get going in the summer of NE seabreezes that we will be having. So went to Boardstore to buy a 7.0 Naish Boxer SL twin-cam slalom sail :-)
Takapuna looked ideal to test it out. Forgot what a pain cam sails are to rig after not owning one for 13 years! Got there in the end and launched with my Kode 102.
The sail felt like a big cammed sail and I really noticed the longer boom, deep draft and smooth power delivery. It's a bit sticky to rotate in the gybe but the cams snap around quickly on the new tack.
The wind backed off so swapped to the Kona 10'6 and got a few light wind wave wiggles in the middle of the beach. Got a nice backside hit in.
Pretty stoked with the sail as it's the only 7.0 that can rig on a 430 RDM, fits my 210 V-grip boom and will work on my Starboard Kode 102 and drive the Kona 10'6.
Might try and smoke some of those slalom heads on this set up...when I learn how to stop sailing it like a wavesail ;-)